Apple Plans to Open Dozens of New Store Locations





Apple is planning on opening up dozens of new stores internationally over the next five years. Through 2027, Apple will open 15 stores throughout the Asia-Pacific region, five stores in the Middle East and Europe, as well as four new locations between the United States and Canada.

In addition to adding more locations, Apple will also be renovating or entirely relocating 28 stores throughout Asia, Europe, and North America. There are currently 525 Apple stores spanning 26 countries, 272 of which are located in the United States. 

Sources report several new Apple stores will be built in Miami, Detroit, and Torrance, California. 

A location in Tysons Corner, Virginia was the most recently upgraded property, adding a Genius Bar, an in-person Apple Watch Studio, and a flexible hardware space. Several states will have Apple stores relocated, including New Jersey, Alabama, Massachusetts, North Carolina, Ohio, Georgia, and Missouri. 

A full list of Apple’s current United States locations can be found on the company’s website, with Boston Massachusetts hosting the largest store. You can also search by country to find a location closest to you.

Check back with Cord Cutters News as more details and store locations are released.

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